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Will you be short of fodder this winter?. If you are unsure, help is available:- CAFRE offer training to help you assess fodder requirements and stores. Topics covered include - Daily requirements of stock of different classes Fodder sources and alternatives Assessing fodder stores

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will you be short of fodder this winter

Will you be short of fodder this winter?

If you are unsure, help is available:-

CAFRE offer training to help you assess fodder requirements and stores. Topics covered include -

Daily requirements of stock of different classes

Fodder sources and alternatives

Assessing fodder stores

Silage analysis and its interpretation

Winter feeding of ruminant livestock advisory booklet available from DARD Direct offices or on the rural portal http://www.ruralni.gov.uk/pub41_dpdb.pdf

A fodder availability on-line calculator can be accessed on the rural portal

http://eservices.ruralni.gov.uk/onlineservices/Tools/Beef/Beef.asp

Sources of fodder available in the farming press and on the Farm Link website www.farm-link.com

For specific queries, detailed advice and training to develop a feeding plan for your stock, please contact your local development adviser.

–see overleaf

Association of Veterinary Surgeons

Practising in Northern Ireland

The North of Ireland

Veterinary Association

contacts
Contacts
  • Beef/Sheep Development Advisers
  • Armagh
  • Gerry Donnelly 028 3751 5658
  • Ballyclare
  • Mike McCorry 028 9332 2399
  • Coleraine
  • Pat McCambridge 028 7034 6862
  • Downpatrick
  • Neville Graham 028 4461 8080
  • Kieron Mailey 028 4461 8074
  • Dungannon
  • Brian Hanthorn 028 8775 4839
  • Enniskillen
  • Don Morrow 028 6634 3096
  • William Johnston 028 6634 3099
  • Limavady
  • Allister Calvin 028 7772 1813
  • Magherafelt
  • William McLauchlan 028 7930 2106
  • Newry
  • Michael Doherty 028 3025 5907
  • Omagh
  • Francis Breen 028 8225 3408
  • Dairying Development Advisers
  • Armagh
  • Alan Hopps 028 3751 5631
  • Michael Garvey 028 3751 5649
  • Ballyclare
  • Irene Downey 028 9332 2399
  • Gary Haslem 028 9332 2399
  • Coleraine
  • Alan Agnew 028 7034 6856
  • William McCulloch 028 7034 6863
  • Downpatrick
  • Kenny White 028 4461 8077
  • Dungannon
  • Albert Johnston 028 8775 4787
  • Enniskillen
  • Alan Warnock 028 6634 3097
  • Trevor Alcorn 028 6634 4835
  • Magherafelt
  • David Alexander 028 7930 2109
  • Newry
  • Richard Henning 028 3025 5903
  • Newtownards
  • Conail Keown 028 9181 3570
  • Omagh
  • Olwen Gormley 028 8225 3406
  • Jane Sayers 028 8225 3411